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Thanks again for your help. It is sincerely appreciated.
#include "G4ProcessManager.hh" is already in the physics list. I still got the same error:
'pmanager' does not name a type
It turned out in the manual it simply said to add some lines to the Physics List, but it didn't specify where. So of course, I added the lines to the beginning of the physics list. After some more reading it seems that I needed to add the lines to the ConstructProcess() method. Maybe this is obvious to people who've been working with the code for some time.
Anyway, it seems to complile now. Thanks again!